Sky Suite on Celebrity Cruises
A Celebrity Cruises Sky Suite is a spaciously sized suite and a perfect entry level into the exclusive suite class on Celebrity Cruises. It could actually sleep one or two more smaller guests if using the sofa bed. The workstation is convenient for additional storage, as well as as having a separate spot to work on your computer or dressing. You'll find much more closet space than is offered in a Deluxe Stateroom. Plus, the bathroom is generous with a combined tub and shower, a large sink, and plenty of drawer and shelf space.
The size is similar whether you have a Sky Suite S1 or S2, even though the S1 does feel a bit larger because of the porthole window that lets in a lot of light. Scroll down to see inside various Sky Suites on Celebrity Cruises ships. Have you stayed in a Sky Suite on Celebrity Cruises? Take a minute to add it to the cruise cabin tracking list so future cruisers can see your review.
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Celebrity Solstice Sky Suite (S2) 2153
On Celebrity Solstice, we had two Sky Suites so that our teenage boys could be next to us. We were able to open up the veranda dividers to stay connected, plus it made our gorgeous aft veranda HUGE! I was a bit nervous that separating their beds in a Sky Suite would lessen the space, but it was perfect.
Celebrity Solstice Sky Suite (S2) 2155
Virtual Tip: Keep in mind, Celebrity Cruises will not allow guests under 21 to stay in their own stateroom unless directly next door or across from parents.
Celebrity Reflection Sky Suite (S1) Cabin 9301 and Concierge Cabin 9303
Photos taken March 2016
Photos taken March 2016
This Sky Suite set up is fantastic for family travel! We had a Sky Suite that connects to a Concierge Cabin in the aft. This allowed us to have a gorgeous round window in the cabin, along with a huge balcony. Also, we asked for the divider to be opened between us and the kid's balcony so it made it even larger. When entering the cabins, there is a door that shuts for privacy. When opened (using either our SeaPass or the kid's SeaPass) there is an alcove/foyer area that leads to two doors - our Sky Suite and the Concierge Cabin. Now if you don't have these two rooms connecting, the main door would just be left open and you would walk straight through the short hall into your own front door. But for a family, it is perfect. It was our own large suite with beds for everyone and the best part, two bathrooms!
See pictures below and CLICK HERE TO SEE VIDEO OF BOTH CONNECTING ROOMS.
THE "FOYER" AREA
SKY SUITE (9301)
CONCIERGE CABIN (9303)